Trion® T8 FPGAs

Trion T8 FPGAs

The T8 FPGA features the high-density, low-power Efinix® Quantum™ fabric wrapped with an I/O interface in a small footprint package for easy integration. T8 FPGAs support mobile, consumer, and IoT edge markets that need low power, low cost, and a small form factor. T8 are available in quite small packages with really low power because they are produced on a special low voltage process. These FPGAs are more a minimalistic offering for hand held, control plane, and other functions. T8 FPGAs:

  • Are built on a low-power 40 nm process
  • Feature high-performance I/O supporting 1.8, 2.5, and 3.3 V single-ended I/O standards and interfaces
  • Provide flexible on-chip clocking
  • Have device configuration options including a standard SPI and JTAG interfaces
  • Fully supported by the Efinity® software, an RTL-to-bitstream compiler
  • Optional mask option, that allows you to eliminate the configuration device, thereby saving space and costs

Applications

Mobile, Consumer, IoT, Edge

Features

Logic elements: 7,384
RAM (bits): 122.88
RAM (blocks): 24
Multipliers (18 x 18): 8

Documentation

T8 Data Sheet

Trion Overview

Trion Selector Guide

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Development Kit

Trion T8 BGA81 Development Kit

Xyloni Development Kit

Available T8 FPGAs

Ordering
Code
Package Pins GPIO PLLs Osc. LVDS
TX
LVDS
RX
MIPI
TX
MIPI
RX
DDR Temp.
Grade
Speed
Grade
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T8F49C2 FBGA 49 33 1 1 C 2 DigiKey
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T8F81C2 FBGA 81 55 1 1 C 2 DigiKey
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T8Q144C3 LQFP 144 97 5 6 6 C 3 DigiKey
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T8Q144C4 LQFP 144 97 5 6 6 C 4/4L DigiKey
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T8Q144I4 LQFP 144 97 5 6 6 I 4/4L DigiKey
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Available Packages

T8 FPGA
T20

BGA49
BGA169 block diagram
(3 x 3 mm, 0.4 pitch)

BGA81
BGA256 block diagram
(5 x 5 mm, 0.5 pitch)

Dimensions and blocks shown for illustrative purposes.

Use Cases

Capacitive Stylus

The algorithm in T8 FPGA acts as a coprocessor by computing location data based on sensor inputs. Data from that algorithm is then passed to MCU and quickly transferred to base unit controlling the display. Speed, low power, and small footprint were important attributes in this case.

Virtual Reality Headset

This is a multi-sensor aggregation application that computes movement data based on inputs from user inputs and other location sensors. The algorithm in the T8 provides control functions. Small form factor and low power are important for this design.